This works, because "default" is a builtin function with an address, so it always evaluates to true. I was actually shocked that there is a builtin function named "default". Had to look it up to see what it did.(cond
((= a b) foo)
So, I thought, I will try this trick also for a case statement!
This doesn't work. But (true bar) instead of (default bar) does work. Lutz, if "true" is a default value for case statement, can we have "default" work as well?(case a